“I can save the pitcher”…Nodding in front of the 131SV closer, ‘2nd Army Bombing’ Tool Guy’s boldness

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 “I thought I could save the opposing pitcher’s spirit…”

Lotte Giants second-year outfielder Yoon Dong-hee (20)’s boldness was revealed in a desperate situation. He carried the confidence that bombed the 2nd Army to the 1st Army stage. And he showed it in front of Lee Yong-chan, the national team finisher with a career record of 131 saves.

In the match against the NC Dinos held at NC Park in Changwon on the 23rd, Lotte showed off its potential by scoring 5 points in the 9th inning, completing a 5-3 score. It was a four-game winning streak and the first three-game sweep this season.

Lotte was silent with a no-hitter in 6 innings against NC starter Lee Yong-jun. An Chi-hong’s hit in the 7th was the first hit. And the player who hit the team’s second hit was Yoon Dong-hee, who was called up to the first team that day. 

Yoon Dong-hee bombed with a batting average of .436 (17 hits in 39 bats), 1 home run, 11 RBIs, and an OPS of 1.136 in the Futures League this year, and was called up to the first team and took a chance. He appeared as a pinch hitter for No. 9 Kim Min-seok and hit a right-handed hit against NC left-hander Lim Jeong-ro. It was the team’s second hit. There was no follow-up.먹튀검증

Still, Lotte was deeply defeated. However, Lotte’s will was not broken. He shook NC finisher Lee Yong-chan. They took the opportunity to safely load the bases, and with Noh Jin-hyeok’s push-off walk and pinch hitter Jeon Jun-woo’s infield hit followed by an opponent’s error, they scored 2 runs to tie the game 3-3.

In the 2nd and 3rd base that continued, Han Dong-hee withdrew with a fly ball from the 2nd baseman. NC avoided a game with the follow-up Jung Hoon. I walked out to the 4th pitch automatically. An opportunity came to Yoon Dong-hee. 

It was not easy for Yoon Dong-hee to cope with Lee Yong-chan’s main weapon, the forkball. He watched the forkball on the first pitch, and the forkball on the second pitch went wrong. During this process, Yoon Dong-hee looked at Lee Yong-chan, her great senior, as if he noticed something about her and nodded her head. 

Did this look shake Lee Yong-chan? Lee Yong-chan tried to insert the forkball stronger and more elaborately, but continued to throw the ball. Yoon Dong-hee was not fooled. He led the game to a full count, and Lee Yong-chan’s fastball was judged to be a ball. It was the moment when the final pushout walk was created. He bravely overcame the unbearable process of the second year.

After the game, Yoon Dong-hee said, “I thought I would have a chance. I hoped I would have a chance, but it really came. I conveyed my mindset in

And he looked at Lee Yong-chan and explained how he nodded. “Actually, I didn’t know anything and nodded. I thought that if I sent a forkball and put on a difficult expression, it would reward the opposing pitcher’s spirit. I tried to positively control my mind by saying ‘I can do it too’ or ‘I can hit it’. It seems to have come out,” he emphasized.

This boldness eventually led to Lotte’s miraculous reverse electrode. I once again confirmed why he was a promising ‘tulguy’ that Lotte expected. /jhrae@osen.co.kr

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